Emancipating Noise

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Emancipating Noise

The proverbial kitchen sink travels next to Portland: from create theatrics, to performing, to walking alone, recording, photographs, and writing about the experiences… On Sunday in Portland, on Feb. 18th I will do “concept music” with percussion expert Beau Lisy (an expert in African drums) on kitchen sink and other objects.

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I’ll play my unusual instrument, with my mixer and fx effects all within the AR8. We’ll do an ambient jam and I’ll do 1/2 hour as a duet with Beau. I’d like to create our noise piece with hurdy-gurdy and a kitchen sink. The Apohadion… l can imagine that there’s a connection to apogee— a word that means the best of the best. Mark Tipton is a remarkable person (pictured below in green) ranges from the avant grade to high-end studio trumpet work from here to New York to California…

Sound Envelope: hurdy-gurdy and kitchen sink, 107 Hanover Street, Sunday February 18, 2018 @ the Apohadion Theater 3pm-5:30pm.

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About the Author:

After Jim Winters arrived as a jazz trombonist for years, he now has now finished his second year as a graduate student here at IMRC. He owns two hurdy gurdys, thus exploring drone-musical work and the aesthetic value of unfinished music. His concentration ranges from experimental-musical composition to photos, sometimes wondering about the colonization of 12-tone Western music vs. noise.

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